Blog Archive: Travel Writing

Blogging from the road to an(other) Arctic conference

Blogging from the road to an(other) Arctic conference

A group of Arctic Encounters researchers hit the road for the tri-annual ICASS conference, held this year in Prince George, British Columbia.

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"How to Become a Travel Writer" one-day workshop

On 1 June, Arctic Encounters will host an intensive, one-day workshop aimed at students and members of the public interested in learning how to break into the field of travel writing. The event will consist of masterclasses, talks and roundtables with leading authors, editors and publishers to discuss what being a travel writer today is all about and how to start in the industry.

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One-day travel writing masterclass in Leeds announced

One-day travel writing masterclass in Leeds announced

On 1 June, 2014, we are putting on an intensive, one-day event aimed and students and members of the public interested in learning how to break into the field of travel writing. This will bring together leading authors, editors, publishers and photographers to discuss what being a travel writer today is all about, with seminars on how to start writing and get published, how to pitch editors and publications, and how to navigate the changing media landscape of journalism and publishing today.

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Gísli Pálsson talk on Hálldor Laxness now listenable to online

Now up online is Gísli Pálsson’s recent lecture in Reykjavik on the role of fiction, faction and the absurd in the work of Nobel Prize winner and Icelandic national hero Hálldor Laxness.

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